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The Ortho Talk Podcast

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The Orthotalkpodcast was started as a platform to explore the aspects of orthopedic surgery outside of actual orthopedic surgery. We discuss issues such as mentoring, diversity, practice challenges, residency and fellowship applications, innovation, burnout, and much more. Each week we invite interesting guests with unique stories and perspectives. Subscribe and learn along with us as we seek to have a greater understanding of our amazing specialty

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The Orthotalkpodcast was started as a platform to explore the aspects of orthopedic surgery outside of actual orthopedic surgery. We discuss issues such as mentoring, diversity, practice challenges, residency and fellowship applications, innovation, burnout, and much more. Each week we invite interesting guests with unique stories and perspectives. Subscribe and learn along with us as we seek to have a greater understanding of our amazing specialty

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Five star

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Great Show

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Great show with plenty of entertainment and perspective

iTunes Ratings

8 Ratings
Average Ratings
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Five star

By Amanisfun - May 29 2020
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Five star five star five star five star five star

Great Show

By jl48583 - May 24 2020
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Great show with plenty of entertainment and perspective

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The Ortho Talk Podcast

Latest release on Jan 11, 2021

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The Best Episodes Ranked Using User Listens

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Rank #1: orthotalk #32: ft. Midhat Patel, MD 1/9/21

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This week we're joined by Midhat Patel, MD. Dr. Patel is a resident in Arizona. We hit a variety of topic this episode including night floats, E/M changes, and much more.  

Like, subscribe, comment on the video. We're also on iTunes, Spotify, and any other podcast platform. Links to all of our episodes as well as our platforms can be found at www.orthotalkpod.com

References from this episode: 

None

Jan 11 2021

59mins

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Rank #2: orthotalk #31: ft. Courtney Warren, 12/20/20

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This week we're joined by Courtney Warren. Courtney is our very first lawyer to appear on the show. We break down numerous medicolegal issues including breach of contract, how not to get sued, and noncompetes.   

Like, subscribe, comment on the video. We're also on iTunes, Spotify, and any other podcast platform. Links to all of our episodes as well as our platforms can be found at www.orthotalkpod.com

References from this episode: 

None  

Dec 21 2020

1hr 4mins

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Rank #3: orthotalk #30: ft. Scott Porter, MD, MBA 12/10/2020

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This week we're joined by Dr. Scott Porter. Dr. Porter is a professor of orthopedic oncology at the University of South Carolina School of Medicine Greenville. He serves on the board of the American Orthopedic Association, American Board of Orthopedic Surgery, and is a former residency program director at GHS. This week we spend most of the discussion on entrepreneurship, getting an MBA, and his new project Just Cause Scrubs.   

Like, subscribe, comment on the video. We're also on iTunes, Spotify, and any other podcast platform. Links to all of our episodes as well as our platforms can be found at www.orthotalkpod.com

References from this episode: 

Just Cause Scrubs 

https://justcausescrubs.com/

From Cancer Surgeon to Entrepreneur  

https://justcausescrubs.com/from-cancer-surgeon-to-entrepreneur

Dec 14 2020

52mins

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Rank #4: orthotalk #29: ft. Akhil Sharma 12/4/2020

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This week we're joined by a recurring fan favorite, Akhil "The Real Deal" Sharma. Akhil has joined us in the past to document his application journey to orthopedic surgery residency. This week we check in after universal offer day and before he begins interviews. We bounce around interview questions, talk the do's and dont's of virtual interviews, and even do a bit of a mock interview. 

Like, subscribe, comment on the video.  We're also on iTunes, Spotify, and any other podcast platform. Links to all of our episodes as well as our platforms can be found at www.orthotalkpod.com

References from this episode:    

None from this episode

Dec 07 2020

1hr 8mins

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Rank #5: orthotalk #28: ft. Hilda Kriel, MD 11/30/2020

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This week we're joined by Hilda Kriel, MD. Dr. Kriel is a pediatric orthopedic surgeon at Baylor Scott and White Hospital in Temple, Texas. She also happens to have been our chief resident. We reminisce about our time as residents, talk about our current practices, and discuss the adjustment periods in the lives of young surgeons. 

Like, subscribe, comment on the video. 

We're also on iTunes, Spotify, and any other podcast platform. Links to all of our episodes as well as our platforms can be found at www.orthotalkpod.com

References from this episode:   

None from this episode

Dec 01 2020

1hr 9mins

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Rank #6: orthotalk #27: ft. Bill Weiss, MD 11/18/2020

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This week we're joined by Dr. Bill Weiss. Dr. Weiss is a clinical professor at UTMB in Galveston. Dr. Weiss specializes in sports medicine, arthroscopy, and foot and ankle surgery. This week we get into COVID and vaccines, the business of sports medicine, and his transition to his new job.   

Like, subscribe, comment on the video. We're also on iTunes, Spotify, and any other podcast platform. Links to all of our episodes as well as our platforms can be found at www.orthotalkpod.com

 References from this episode: 

None from this episode

Nov 23 2020

51mins

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Rank #7: orthotalk #26: ft. Mark Foreman, MD 11/14/2020

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This week we're joined by Mark Foreman, MD. Dr. Foreman is an orthopedic surgeon at UTMB in Galveston, TX. He currently serves as the program director there. We talk about his journey from private practice to academics, the role of a general orthopedist, what a program director looks for in an applicant, and his military service and purple heart. 

Like, subscribe, comment on the video. We're also on iTunes, Spotify, and any other podcast platform. Links to all of our episodes as well as our platforms can be found at www.orthotalkpod.com

References from this episode:  

None for this episode  

Nov 16 2020

1hr 3mins

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Rank #8: orthotalk #25: ft. Bopha Chrea, MD 11/1/2020

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This week we're joined by Bopha Chrea, MD. Dr. Chrea is a foot and ankle surgeon at OHSU in Portland. She recently started her practice there and we discuss her experience doing so. The bulk of the podcast is spend discussing what it is like to review applications for orthopedic surgery residency. Both her and Jie are in the process of selecting applicants to interview for their respective programs, and we talk about what they look for in scores, personal statements, letters of recommendation, and everything else that goes into an application. 
 Like, subscribe, comment on the video. We're also on iTunes, Spotify, and any other podcast platform. Links to all of our episodes as well as our platforms can be found at www.orthotalkpod.com  
References from this episode:  
None for this episode

Nov 02 2020

48mins

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Rank #9: orthotalk #24: ft. Sunny Patel, MD 10/25/2020

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This week we're joined by Sunny Patel, MD. Dr. Patel is the first anesthesiologist to come on the podcast. He did most of his training at Mount Sinai in New York and now practices in Houston, TX. We break down the opioid epidemic and its correlation to orthopedic surgery, anesthesia vs surgery, and much more.  Like, subscribe, comment on the video. 

We're also on iTunes, Spotify, and any other podcast platform. Links to all of our episodes as well as our platforms can be found at www.orthotalkpod.com

References from this episode:  

None for this episode

Oct 25 2020

1hr 1min

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Rank #10: orthotalk #23: ft. Lisa Cannada, MD 10/13/2020

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This week we're joined by Lisa Cannada, MD. Dr. Cannada is a very accomplished orthopedic traumatologist. She served as the first female chair of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Board of Directors' Board of Specialty Societies from 2017-2018 and has published more than 130 research papers and two textbooks. She also is the former president of the Ruth Jackson Orthopedic Society. She has served as a mentor to countless medical students and residents. Most importantly, she has been able to maintain a thriving family life on top of all this. We discuss how she has managed to balance work and family, how to get more women into orthopedics, how men can serve as mentors for women in orthopedic surgery, and how to survive your first few years in practice.  

You can find Dr. Cannada on Twitter @LisaCannada  Like, subscribe, comment on the video. 

We're also on iTunes, Spotify, and any other podcast platform. Links to all of our episodes as well as our platforms can be found at www.orthotalkpod.com

References from this episode:  

Sexual harassment in orthopedic surgery trainees  

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32956144/

Whicker E, Williams C, Kirchner G, Khalsa A, Mulcahey MK. What Proportion of Women Orthopaedic Surgeons Report Having Been Sexually Harassed During Residency Training? A Survey Study. Clin Orthop Relat Res. 2020 Aug 26. doi: 10.1097/CORR.0000000000001454. Epub ahead of print. PMID: 32956144.  

Women do less complex surgeries than their male counterparts?  

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32941284/

Chen YW, Westfal ML, Chang DC, Kelleher CM. Under-Employment of Female Surgeons? Ann Surg. 2020 Sep 15. doi: 10.1097/SLA.0000000000004497. Epub ahead of print. PMID: 32941284.  #medicine #orthopedics #surgery #doctor #medschool #residency

Oct 14 2020

1hr 5mins

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